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New Zealand’s Yoni-come-latelies

On the unusual and enduring relationship between Maoris and Jews

9 December 2023

9:00 AM

9 December 2023

9:00 AM

When it comes to the excruciating war Hamas declared on Israel on 7 October, protesters in New Zealand have largely been globally recognisable types. Give or take, as it surprisingly happens, one indigenous exception.

Here in the South Seas, as elsewhere, we’ve had the geographically challenged who possibly couldn’t find Gaza on a line-map – along with those who would probably prefer not to find Israel on any map at all.

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